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at 5:20 mountain time. they didn't give us a lot of details, but said that one of the fbi agents shot dimaggio, killed him and they were able to rescue 16-year-old hannah anderson unharmed. >> john, tell me this. was there a gun fight, or was the firing as far as we know just by the fbi sniper taking out the kidnapper? >> we don't know any details. like a question was asked whether there was a confrontation, whether they tried to, you know, get him to give himself up or not or whether they just shot him dead. we don't have those details right now. >> tell me exactly where the takedown took place. how far from the tiny town of cascade from which you are calling us right now. >> we are talking 50, 60 miles east of here. they told us that the shooting took place not far from the area where the man from gem county idaho spotted him on wednesday afternoon. that location is probably six to eight miles east of the trail head where he parked his car and left it and just a few miles west of morehead lake. so almost -- >> go ahead, john. i didn't mean to interrupt you. almost what? >> they said
to break bread and see if we can find some common ground. i think it will help the party ton have us feuding. >> i'm running for re-election in new jersey. i don't really have time for that at the moment. you know, if i find myself down in washington, i'll certainly look him up. but i don't suspect i'll be there anytime soon. >> okay. well, if republicans don't get their act together pretty soon, can they capture a majority in the senate and win back the white house? joining me now is shawn spicer, communications director for the republican national committee. dana loesch, who is a talk radio host and tea party activist. and matt welsh, who's editor in chief of "reason," and he's also author of the book "the declaration of independence: how libertarianism politics can fix what's wrong with america." great to have all you guys here today. [ applause ] and shawn, i know you're shawn spicer. i know that anyway. but let me start with you. republicans are fighting right now, particularly in the house and senate, over whether or not to defund obama care, even if it means shutting down sign
and kate celebrate the birth of diana's grandson, prince george, the royal family accuser joins us live from england. and -- >> my heart goes out to the lloyd family. >> as the nfl season apartments an all pro thug stands accused of murder. >> there has been an incredible rush to judgment. >> tonight we ask a former star if coaches still do a better job taking players out of the hood than taking the hood out of players. plus -- >> 50 years later mass incarceration. 50 years later we can't get a jobs bill through congress. people are asking me why are we marching? the issue is why did we wait until now to come and march in washington? >> as tens of thousands commemorate the 50th anniversary of dr. king's historic march, most stress the undeniable, persistent social and economic inequality. >> in new york there are black jobless above 50%. it should be stop and employ and not stop and frisk. >> the crippling of new york's stop and frisk today celebrated as a civil rights victor. >> when they say no you can't, pass a real racial profiling bill. we say yes we can. because yes we did two day
, is the reporter for the "a.i.d. idaho statesman "the main newspaper in the region, and tell us how it happened. >> well, the fbi said in a briefing that ended a few moments ago that fbi agents that were in either a helicopter or a plane spotted both james dimaggio and hannah anderson at 5:20 mountain time. they didn't give us a lot of details, but they said that one of the fbi agents shot dimaggio, and killed him. they were able to rescue 16-year-old hannah anderson unharmed. >> so, john, tell me this, was there a gun fight or was the firing as far as we know just by the fbi sniper taking out the kidnapper? >> yeah, we don't e know any details like -- a question was asked whether there was a confrontation or whether they tried to, you know, get him to give himself up or not or whether they just shot him dead. so we don't have those details right now. >> tell me exactly where the takedown took place. how far from the tiny town of k cascade from which you are calling us right now. >> well, probably talking about 50 to 60 miles here. they told us that the shooting took place not far from the area
. >> for us to force this on the american people, when they're having a hard time finding work is the wrong approach, absolutely the wrong approach. >> now when it really matters, this is the time to stop obama care from hurting more americans across the country. >> obama care has returned to the forefront of american politics. doctors are threateninging to close down their practices, many business owners they're facing a time and a future of very costly regulations, with all that in mind, tonight, we have asem bld -- business owners and much more. and some support obama care, others are strong pro opponents of the law, but in the next 60 minutes, we're all on one roof in new york studios. thank you for being here. all right, now, dr. siegel. the president made some promises about obama care,. >> we promised americans better health care, we got them, more expensive insurance, we promised them more doctors and nurses. >> the ones that are on the refrigerator that said to me, i want to be able to have coverage. now they're ending up with part-time jobs, they're ending up worrying about whethe
republicans of not having any options of their open. >> at least they used to say we'll replace it with something better. there is not a pretense now. >> you know congressman tom price of georgia was a orth pedic surgeon has a bill that is full of ideas and the governors in all 50 states. >> i have been in 57 states. i think one left to go. >> well, however many states there are. 50 or 57. governors have had many creative and innovative ways to bring health care to the citizens that doesn't break the bank or require total submission to the government. no doubt about it. i have been brut will in my criticism of what would be better called the not so affordable act. i am not alone. the irs has begged to be exempted and congress and their staffs swupg a sweet little deal to get themselves subsidized to the costs on them. and half of the deadline to the law has been missed and the administration is having to hire tens of thousands of so- called navigator to try to explain the 2300 page monstrosity to people who try to sign up. eastbound though there will not be time to run a backgro
the issues that were raised here, this is a way to accelerate the process to get us to full socialized medicine. >> stay there. we have a lot of time. we're going to get this in in the full hour. we have a lot to talk about. coming up next, ichl going 'm g take you to the front lines on the battle to defend obamacare. i'm going to take you to two physicians who plan on stopping this law from being fully implemented. we check back in with this rowdy group of studio audience. we're going to do obamacare by the numbers. stay with us. no! (mom vo) you never know what life's gonna throw at you. if i gotta wear clothes, you gotta wear clothes. (mom vo) that's why i got a subaru. i just pulled up. he did what now? no he's never done that before! oh really? i might have some clothes in the car. (announcer) love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru. i'to guard their manhood with trnew depend shields and guards. the discreet protection that's just for guys. now, it's your turn. get my training tips at guardyourmanhood.com what are you guys doing? having some fiber! with new phillips' fiber good g
of a paternity test is not only unhappy, he's a u.s. congressman. >> i am totally stunned. when i took the dna test, i did it to satisfy her needs. she said that she didn't know who her biological father was for mental health. she needed it. >> the congressional daughter. a-rod, a roadway, a rat? >> it's not true. i spoke to him this morning and had a positive conversation and i understand it's not true. we are on the same page. >> tonight as baseball is pounded by scandal. steroids were good for the game. and remember isaiah the 2-year-old recently found wandering the streets of rhode island? >>. >> the main focus of this endeavor was to not only find isaiah was to proiz closure for family and friends. >> there was a restraining order, so why didn't cops protect the child's mother against the man she knew would kill her. plus, where is the outrage? comparing media coverage of the bus beating. the killing of a georgia toddler and the tragedy of trayvon. >> there is no question that they saved countless lives and we know that most of those lives saved based on the statistics have been black and
. it's natural for us to want to prove our value by producing. from the time we are children, we imitate our parents in their work whether it's the little boy who tries to take tools to fix something or the little girl who begs to help her mother in the kitchen. it's just part of our dna to want to be grown up and one sure way to feel grown up is to work. that's why the loss of a job is far, far more than just an economic set back for a human being. it's dehumanizing to want to be productive and not be able to acquire meaningful labor. there is pride. there is dignity in being able to sit at the table and eat a meal that your work provided. but in our current economy, a record number of americans are either unemployed, or under employed. meaning that the job they have is either part time or it pays less than what's required to meet basic necessities. in 2011, the centers for disease control and prevention reported on the suicide rate from 1928 all the way to 2007. suicide rates mirrored the economy in the ups and downs with a big up tick when the great depression began and hittin
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